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Facets of the Chinese Church

Of the many adjectives that could be used to describe the church in China, “diverse” is one of the most appropriate. The Body of Christ in China is indeed multi-faceted, a microcosm of the diverse population of China itself. Here we present four views of the church in China, each reflecting a different aspect of God’s working among the peoples of China.

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China’s WTO Accession—One Year Later

An overview of China’s social, economic, and religious situations on the first anniversary of China’s WTO accession.

View From the Wall

Changes and Challenges

China after Joining the WTO

Examining the benefits and challenges of joining the WTO.

Peoples of China

Why We Must Not Forget the Past

Lessons from the past on reaching China's minorities

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Chinese Students in the West and China’s Future

With increasing numbers of Chinese students coming to West, how can the church be prepared to reach them with the gospel?

View From the Wall

What We Chinese Fear Today

A tongue-in-cheek look at the fears of the people of China today and a final challenge.

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Chongqing—China’s “Mountain City”

An introduction to China's fourth municipality or mega-city—Chongqing.

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Matters of the Heart . . . and the Nation

A Visit to the Big Flowery Miao

Daniel Wright spent two years in Guizhou, China on a fellowship that allowed him to study the people and societies of inland China. As he spoke with people, they expressed to him, in a variety of ways, the crisis of faith that has come with the erosion of belief in communism. The following is the account of his visit to Shimenkan, a township of the Big Flowery Miao. 

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Preparing for China?

What to Know before You Go

Tips for those preparing to serve in China.

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Macau

Chinese Culture with a Portuguese Touch

A look at Macau as it returns to Chinese sovereignty.